Jason Tack

My background is in the spatial analysis of threats to wildlife in sagebrush-dominated landscapes in the North American West. Specifically, I’m interested in understanding how wildlife populations respond to anthropogenic stressors such as energy development. Currently, I am co-advised by Drs. Brad Fedy and Barry Noon, working on a project to develop habitat-based planning tools to prioritize golden eagle conservation across the western US. I received my undergraduate and master’s degree in wildlife biology from the University of Montana. My hobbies include hunting, dogs, all things angling, biking, and gardening.